Workshop for Brazil Protected Areas

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April 30, 2016

In the end of January (27 -29) occurred a workshop organized by ICMBio and TEAM Network/Conservation International in Belém, Pará (Brazil). The aim of the workshop was to present and training people for the implantation of TEAM Terrestrial Vertebrates protocol on their protected areas. This is an initiative from the “Programa de Monitoramento in situ da Biodiversidade” (Biodiversity Monitoring Program) realized by ICMBio, an institute of Brazilian government.

Attended to the workshop about 25 people from ICMBio, CEMAVE, CPB, CENAP and managers of the 6 protected areas that will candidate to apply TEAM protocol.

Jorge Ahumada and Jimmy MacCarthy led the group to elaborate their questions for the monitoring program and produce their own sampling design for cameras trap. Fernanda Santos, manager from Caxiuanã TEAM site, was responsible for share her experience with the protocol and explain about camera trap installation in the field.

All participants were very engaged and motivated by the prospect of start monitoring with cameras trap in their protected areas.In the end of January (27 -29) occurred a workshop organized by ICMBio and TEAM Network/Conservation International in Belém, Pará (Brazil). The aim of the workshop was to present and training people for the implantation of TEAM Terrestrial Vertebrates protocol on their protected areas. This is an initiative from the “Programa de Monitoramento in situ da Biodiversidade” (Biodiversity Monitoring Program) realized by ICMBio, an institute of Brazilian government.

Attended to the workshop about 25 people from ICMBio, CEMAVE, CPB, CENAP and managers of the 6 protected areas that will candidate to apply TEAM protocol.

Jorge Ahumada and Jimmy MacCarthy led the group to elaborate their questions for the monitoring program and produce their own sampling design for cameras trap. Fernanda Santos, manager from Caxiuanã TEAM site, was responsible for share her experience with the protocol and explain about camera trap installation in the field.

All participants were very engaged and motivated by the prospect of start monitoring with cameras trap in their protected areas.

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